Thursday, May 2, 2013

Malaysia General Election 2013 Advice - Part 2

When you encounter foreign workers in the queue or within the school area, do not ask him to sing the national anthem, because it is a violation of the Elections Act as you are attempting to verify their identity. If you believe you’ve met a phantom voter, you can pretend to chat with them, ask questions like "Where do you live? Are you first time voter? Have not seen you before around here, that kind of topics, if they start to get nervous or cannot speak in Malay, you must immediately notify the nearest members of ABU (Asalkan Bukan Umno) or Pakatan Rakyat; they know how to act!
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If you are a Polling Agent, when you encounter foreign workers and doubt their identity, you can request KTM to check their identity, but you cannot stop them from voting. According to the Elections Act, as long as the voter's name and identity card number in the voter registration list, and his identity card is valid, then, you cannot stop them to vote, but you can ask Ketua Tempat Mengundi (KTM) to let them fill in Borang 11, remember to get a copy from KTM and submit to the PACABA Head, because this can be used as evidence if the foreign worker is a phantom voter. And, do remember to check and make sure SPR Personnel get ready copies of this form.

If SPR did not provide, then PACABA Personnel should bring along these forms on their own. After voting, don't go back home immediately. Hang around and chat outside the polling centre for a while to assist ABU or Pakatan Rakyat members to detect the phantom voters. Please at least do this little bit for your country. We want clean and fair election! May God bless us all. If you really care about Malaysia, share this post!

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